We all know that twin-screw extruders are very power-hungry, but they can save power as long as they are used correctly. Then how does the twin-screw extruder save power?
In the twin-screw extruder, the temperature of several stages is also turned over and warmed up in the process of starting the heating. Of course, this method is also commonly used, but this often happens after the temperature of the screw reaches the inevitable target. The temperature of the die has not yet arrived, so in this situation, the screw is usually insulated, and then the temperature of the die gradually rises to the set temperature before starting to start, so this is the most energy-saving.